13th New Mexico Analysis Seminar
April 3-4, 2014
An afternoon in Honor to Cora Sadosky
April 4, 2014
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA
The conference is sponsored by
National Science Foundation
Simons Foundation and Efroymson Foundation.
In Cooperation with
Association for Women in Mathematics
New Mexico Analysis Seminar is organized by analysts at New Mexico State University and The University of New Mexico. This year the conference will take place at UNM in the Spring prior to an AMS meeting that will be held in Albuquerque on April 5-6, 2014.
The goal of the conference is to provide an opportunity for scientific exchange and cooperation among broadly defined analysts. This year the centerpieces of the seminar are a minicourse given by the keynote speaker and invited talks in honor to Cora Sadosky.
There is also time allocated for shorter contributed talks, most of them will be presented in special sessions during the AMS meeting. If you would like to attend and give a talk, please contact one of the organizers by January 28, 2014.
The seminar is sponsored by the NSF. We intend to pay for shared accommodations for participants who request support, and if there are funds left, reimburse some travel expenses (priority given to speakers, junior participants, females, and minorities).
UNM campus is located approximately two miles east of downtown Albuquerque, two miles north of the Albuquerque International Airport, and 10 miles west of the Sandia mountains, which border the eastern edge of the city.
Albuquerque provides a unique blend of historic attractions, multi-culturalism, outdoor activities, and native cuisine, and serves as a gateway to the nearby cities of Santa Fe, Taos, Acoma, and the numerous pueblos of the Rio Grande Valley.
Early Spring weather in the high-desert environment surrounding Albuquerque tends to be cool and dry during the day (low to mid 60's), but with cold evenings (low 50's).